Another two weeks have passed, and it is once again time to take a look into the world of our Microsoft Expert Educators through the latest edition of the MIE Minute.
Anyone familiar with the MIE Minute will know that each edition is packed full of great content created for – and often by – our Microsoft Innovative Educators. As with all of our blogs about the MIE Minute, we include the three stories or items of content that our Expert Educators are asked to share with the wider education community.
So without any further ado, here are the latest edition’s items!
OneNote + Mystery Skype = Dream Team
ISTE2015 will be remembered for great educator connections, a ton of inspiration and the unveiling of a OneNote Notebook designed to make Mystery Skype your new favourite teaching tool. Created by Skype Master Teachers (with a ton of virtual miles under their belt), this free downloadable notebook gives you everything you need to help students master the game that brings collaborative learning to life. Get your copy of the Mystery Skype OneNote Notebook today!
Office 2016 Preview- Update 2
I hope you’ve been as excited as we are about the beautiful new Office 2016 Preview and actively trying out the new features! This blog post gives updates on some just-added features like new charts in Excel, real-time typing in Word, and a “Convert Hand Written Equations to Text” feature that teachers will love.
For the full post about these new features, please visit the Office Blog.
A recap from Anthony Salcito, covering all of the awesome announcements from Microsoft in Education in these two weeks, including the new Minecraft destination for Educators, partnership with Edmodo, and more!
To read Anthony’s full write up, please visit the Microsoft in Education blog.